What is included in a Story Bridge night climb?
Climbing the story bridge gives you access to the best view in Brisbane. Of all the reasons for completing the climb, this has to one of the contenders for most popular. Those taking part in the night climb begin where all climbers begin – base camp, which is located under the bridge. On arrival your climb leader will supply your climb suit and all the equipment you need (including extras like hats, sunscreen or rain jackets if needed). They’ll also run through a safety briefing.
You should wear enclosed, rubber-soled footwear and clothing you’ll be comfortable slipping your climb suit over the top of. No loose items, including cameras and mobile phones, can be taken on the climb for safety reasons, but lockers are provided to store your items. A souvenir photograph is typically included as part of the climb package, and you’ll have the option to buy extra photos on the day if you choose.
How long does the Story Bridge night climb take?
This is a two-hour climb experience, giving you plenty of time to take in the views and enjoy the occasion. After all, it’s not every day you get to do something this fun. It’s a spectacular thing to do for Brisbane locals and those visiting the city.
When is the best time to climb Story Bridge?
We may be biased, but we’d say any time of day is good to climb. But really, the best time to climb Story Bridge is a matter of preference. Some people love the night climb, because it gives them the chance to see Brisbane all lit up, while early birds prefer watching the sun come up and the city come to life during the dawn climb. Climbs are also available at dusk and during the daytime, all popular and all offering you the chance to tick this off your bucket list.
Pick the time that suits you best, the views are incredible whenever you decide to go. And remember, this is one of only three bridge adventure climbs in the world, so it’s a great achievement for you, friends and family to enjoy together.
How much does it cost to climb the Story Bridge at night?
All the latest prices for the night climb (as well as all other Story Bridge Climb offers) are listed above. Exact prices can change over time, but you’ll always find the most up to date price here. All Story Bridge climb experiences are covered by our Lowest Price Guarantee, so book today with confidence.
What will I see during a Story Bridge night climb?
During your Story Bridge night climb you can take in a 360-degree panorama of the city and its surrounds (including Moreton Bay, Glass House Mountains and Lamington National Park) glittering and lit up. It’s a unique experience, and one that’s sure to be enjoyable for both first-time and return climbers.
Story Bridge night climb age limit and restrictions
Anyone aged 10 and up, with a reasonable level of fitness (able to sustain moderate physical exercise for a couple of hours) and at least 130cm tall can climb Story Bridge. Please be aware though, that all children aged 16 or under need to be accompanied by an adult during the climb.
Climbers should avoid alcohol in advance of the climb, as an alcohol breath test will be given before the climb. Pregnant women may take part in the climb up to 20 weeks pregnant.